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Can We Throw Rockets Into Space?

Innovation in the commercial space market is heating up and, in some cases, throwing up.

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Would it a Railgun Assisted Orbital Launcher Work?

Could this work? “Fact – rockets are just too expensive and dangerous. Here at subject zero laboratories, we focus our attention on technologies that are safer, not necessarily cheaper but can get you from A to Space in record time. Allow me to introduce to you our latest development. The Railgun Assisted Orbital Launcher or […]

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Starbase: A Gateway to Mars

Are you ready for Mars? SpaceX is working on getting humans there and it’s getting closer to reality every day.

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NASA’s Next Search for Life Is in Extraterrestrial Oceans

NASA is sending a probe, called Europa Clipper, to investigate the potential habitability of one of these ocean worlds. It is thought that many planetary bodies in our solar system contain liquid water deep below their icy surfaces.

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When Will Space Tourism be Affordable?

With more and more businesses getting into the commercial space business, how long before space tourism be affordable?

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SpaceX’s Genius Design of Starship’s Life Support Systems

SpaceX is building the most powerful spacecraft ever with the Starship. When completed, clients are waiting to put it to different uses as it is a very versatile spacecraft and this is because SpaceX is making it to be 100 percent reusable. Musk’s ultimate goal is to colonize Mars. The trip time is based on […]

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Terraforming Mars in 3 Just Simple Steps

In this not-quite-serious video Sabine Hossenfelder explains what it would take to terraform Mars and make it habitable for humans. Time stamps: 0:00 Intro 0:58 Conditions on Mars 2:02 Step 1: Creating a Magnetic Field 4:50 Step 2: Creating an Atmosphere 6:06 Step 3: Converting CO2 to O2 8:46 Sponsor Message

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How to Nuke a Dangerous Asteroid as a Last Resort

In this video, Anton talks about a new simulation showing that we could use nuclear weapons to protect the planet from certain types of dangerous asteroids Links: https://www.llnl.gov/news/late-time-small-body-disruptions-can-protect-earth https://wci.llnl.gov/simulation/computer-codes/spheral https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0094576521003921 https://dart.jhuapl.edu/

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Why SpaceX Cares About Concrete

How does concrete stack up against rocket engines? When a launch or landing pad fails, it can be worse than if it wasn’t there at all, creating high-speed projectiles that jeopardize the safety of the vehicle and its support equipment, not to mention its crew. It’s a nice reminder that even the humblest provision here […]

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